HTC's upcoming Tegra 3 based tablet, the HTC Quattro, has been revealed in a leaked official render, complete with hardware spec details ahead of the slate's expected early 2012 release. Fronted by a 10.1-inch 1280 x 768 display, believed to use the same Scribe digital stylus as the existing HTC Flyer and Jetstream, the Quattro will pair 1GB of RAM with its quadcore processor, Pocketnow's sources say, along with Bluetooth 4.0.
There'll also be 16GB of internal storage - with a microSD card slot to augment that - and WiFi support for 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. It will also include Beats Audio support, with twin speakers and twin microphones, though only a 2-megapixel main camera (still capable of 1080p HD video recording) and a 720p front-facing camera. The whole thing is supposedly less than 9mm thick.
Software will get a polish, as you'd hope, with an HD upgrade for HTC Watch, the company's movie rental service, and a boosted version of the pen-integration we've seen on the previous two tablets. There'll also be a bundled Dropbox account. HTC Quattro is still the codename, and we wouldn't be surprised to see it get its official reveal at MWC 2012 next February.
[via Android Community]